History Disney / RobinHood

3rd Mar '17 6:57:35 PM dsneybuf
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* DigitalDestruction: While most Disney films avoid using the DVNR process, the Most Wanted Edition DVD release of the film was an exception to the rule. While Disney is usually careful even when using the infamous process, the issue was that the film was made when Disney was using Xeroxing in place of hand inked cels, and the itchy, hairy lines combined with a restoration process that is specifically designed to remove things it detects as scratches and dirt was a recipe for trouble. There are many obvious instances of linework and art erasing throughout this release. Its most noticeable in the opening when Robin is having chit chat with Little John and during the archery scenes, where the artwork of the arrows is frequently eaten away at into nothing due to DVNR art erasing. To add insult to injury, the aspect ratio is slightly cropped as well compared to the previous Gold Collection DVD release.

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* DigitalDestruction: While most Disney films avoid using the DVNR process, the Most Wanted Edition DVD release of the film was an exception to the rule. While Disney is usually careful even when using the infamous process, the issue was that the film was made when Disney was using Xeroxing in place of hand inked cels, and the itchy, hairy lines combined with a restoration process that is specifically designed to remove things it detects as scratches and dirt was a recipe for trouble. There are many obvious instances of linework and art erasing throughout this release. Its most noticeable in the opening when Robin is having chit chat with Little John and during the archery scenes, where the artwork of the arrows is frequently eaten away at into nothing due to DVNR art erasing. To add insult to injury, the aspect ratio is slightly cropped as well compared to the previous Gold Collection DVD release.
18th Feb '17 4:00:51 PM Ingonyama
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* MythologyGag: There's several call-backs to Disney's Jungle Book film, which was aired six years earlier; Sir Hiss's hypnotic eyes use the exact same pattern of colors as Kaa's did, whilst amongst the "recycled" animation, the scenes of Baloo dancing with King Louie are clearly used as the basis for the shots of Little John dancing with Lady Kluck durin the Phony King of England song.

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* MythologyGag: There's several call-backs to Disney's Jungle Book film, which was aired six years earlier; Sir Hiss's hypnotic eyes use the exact same pattern of colors as Kaa's did, whilst amongst the "recycled" animation, the scenes of Baloo dancing with King Louie are clearly used as the basis for the shots of Little John dancing with Lady Kluck durin during the Phony King of England song.
27th Jan '17 2:16:17 PM Statzkeen
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* LastSecondWordSwap: Hiss does one of these in "The Phone King of England" when Prince John walks in, swapping in complimentary adjectives. Unfortunately for him, the Sheriff is unaware that [[RightBehindMe John is there]] and corrects Hiss, singing the insulting version.
24th Jan '17 8:17:14 PM darksoul4242
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* UnEvilLaugh: Prince John has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGzaqEtJCok one of these]], suitably for silly villain like him. (You can hear it at about 1:35 into the video, among other spots.)

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* UnEvilLaugh: Prince John has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGzaqEtJCok one of these]], suitably for a silly villain like him. (You can hear it at about 1:35 into the video, among other spots.)
15th Jan '17 4:55:53 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* DeadlyDodging: Robin uses this tactic against the mook archers, causing them to hit each other. Of course, they don't actually hit each other with arrows. They just get pinned to walls through the collars or somesuch.

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* DeadlyDodging: Robin uses this tactic against the mook archers, causing them to almost hit each other. Of course, they don't actually hit each other with arrows. They just get pinned to walls through the collars or somesuch. both duck in time.
24th Dec '16 6:50:22 AM AnthonyMercer
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* MaleGaze: One of PJ's rhino soldiers wolf-whistles with a flutter of his ears at Little John in drag after [[SweetOnPollyOliver checking out "her" butt]], enlarged by smuggling solid gold hubcaps.

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* MaleGaze: One of PJ's rhino soldiers wolf-whistles with a flutter of his ears at Little John in drag after [[SweetOnPollyOliver [[AttractiveBentGender checking out "her" butt]], enlarged by smuggling solid gold hubcaps.



* SweetOnPollyOliver: One of the guards wolf-whistles at Little John when he's DisguisedInDrag, mistaking the stolen loot down the back of "her" pants for, ahem, junk in her trunk.
21st Dec '16 5:49:07 AM Snicka
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''Robin Hood'', the 1973 animated feature by Disney and 21st film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, takes the classic story of the original Myth/RobinHood, [[SlidingScaleOfAdaptationFaithfulness adds and removes stuff here and there]], and replaces all the characters with [[PettingZooPeople furries]]. Among the cast and the animals they're portrayed as:

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''Robin Hood'', the 1973 animated feature by Disney and 21st film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, takes the classic story of the original Myth/RobinHood, [[SlidingScaleOfAdaptationFaithfulness adds and removes stuff here and there]], and replaces all the characters with [[PettingZooPeople furries]].FunnyAnimals. Among the cast and the animals they're portrayed as:
13th Dec '16 9:11:26 AM fruitstripegum
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* TheDragon: The Sheriff of Nottingham to Prince John. One of few Disney examples in plain sight, he's aggressive, takes orders from his (slightly) brighter boss, orders the {{Mooks}} around, and serves as the [[TheHeavy primary physical threat]] to Robin as demonstrated nicely during the final battle scene in the tower.



* TheDragon: The Sheriff of Nottingham to Prince John. One of few Disney examples in plain sight, he's aggressive, takes orders from his (slightly) brighter boss, orders the {{Mooks}} around, and serves as the [[TheHeavy primary physical threat]] to Robin as demonstrated nicely during the final battle scene in the tower.
9th Dec '16 5:37:49 PM creader
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Where were Maid Marian and Lady Kluck, who actively participated in the riot (and TheVillainSucksSong), when the whole town was thrown in jail? The ending listed under WhatCouldHaveBeen implies Maid Marian had been hiding in the church. Considering that it was more than obvious by that point that both of them were allied with Robin Hood, common sense would say anyway that they were in hiding, probably in Sherwood Forest.
27th Nov '16 11:10:30 AM ChilledXSocks
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* InstrumentOfMurder: Friar Tuck and Alan-a-Dale use Alan's lute as a bow. In this case though, it's more to pop a balloon than to kill someone.

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* InstrumentOfMurder: Friar Tuck and Alan-a-Dale use Alan's lute as a bow.bow, to prevent Sir Hiss from blowing Robin's cover during the archery tournament. In this case though, it's more to pop a balloon than to kill someone.
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